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Great weekend of success for Worcester Park Cricket Club

Weekly Roundup of what’s going on at Worcester Park Cricket Club Saturday 1st XI     Sat 14th May, 12:00 Division 2 – 1st XI. Worcester Park CC – 1st XI218/8177Bank of England CC – 1st XI Worcester Park CC – 1st XI won by 41 runs Visit Match Centre  Saturday 2nd XI   Sat 14th May, 13:00 Division 1 – 2nd XI. Valley End CC – 2nd XI232/7248/7Worcester Park CC – 2nd XI Worcester Park CC – 2nd XI won by 16 runs Visit Match Centre Saturday 3rd XI   Sat 14th May, 13:00 Division 1 – 3rd XI. Valley End CC – 3rd XI123/9206/7Worcester Park CC – 3rd XI Worcester Park CC – 3rd XI won by 83 runs Visit Match Centre Saturday 4th XI Sat 14th May, 13:00 Division 1 – 4th XI. Worcester Park CC – 4th XI198/3197/9Ashford CC, Surrey – 4th XI Worcester Park CC – 4th XI won by 7 wickets  Visit Match Centre Under 11 Sun 15th May, 09:45 Under 11 Division 2. Barnes CC – Under 11 B52/151/9Worcester Park CC – Under 11 Barnes CC – Under 11 B won by 9 wickets Visit Match Centre Details For details of all of the club’s activities for to WORCESTER...

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Sutton College develops children’s programme for half term fun

Sutton College is arranging fun-filled activities for the half term! There will be a range of Activity Workshops/sessions for six-11 year olds, running from Wednesday 1st June – Friday 3rd June, based at Sutton College main centre (next to Sutton library) Kids can discover their creative side, theatrical nature or their dance moves at one of our exciting new Kids Club sessions. >Morning sessions run from 09:30-12:30 and afternoon sessions take place 13:00-16:00. Individual sessions are just £20 each.You can also book a full day of activities from 09:30 -16:00 which includes a supervised lunch break. Children need to bring a packed lunch and drink. Full day sessions cost £35 or take advantage of our Special Offer!!!– Bring a friend/sibling for just £30 each for a full day! T&Cs apply details of which are available at the website COLLEGE . Kids Club Art & Crafts at Sutton College Wed 1st June – Arts, Crafts & Pottery! Get creative at both sessions and let us take you back in time to the land of the Pharoahs where you will be able to create your own magnificent headdress, design a cartouche, plus make other Egyptian themed arts and crafts….you will even learn to write in hieroglyphics! Register here for Wedensday 1 June Thu 2nd June – ‘ A Show in a Day’ workshop! Learn the skills of dance, drama, singing and performance...

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Nonsuch school Cheamber Choir perform at Festival Concert

Nonsuch Chamber Choir had the opportunity to showcase their talents at the Surrey Primary Schools Festival Concert at Dorking Halls recently. The primary children were wowed by the girls’ performances and we received many compliments off the audience too! Well done to all the girls...

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Fantastic achievement by Sutton High School music student

Nonsuch Chamber Choir had the opportunity to showcase their talents at the Surrey Primary Schools Festival Concert at Dorking Halls recently. The primary children were wowed by the girls’ performances and we received many compliments off the audience too! Well done to all the girls...

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Celebration of borough’s running talent after London Marathon

Thirty-six borough athletes aged 11 to 17 represented Sutton at the Virgin Money Giving Mini-London Marathon last month. On Sunday 24 April the Sutton runners competed against runners from all other 32 London boroughs and ran the last five km (three miles) of the famous London Marathon course from Blackfriars then along the Thames to the Marathon’s finish line in Pall Mall. The runners, all of whom either live in Sutton and/or attend a Sutton school, were selected via trials in February organised by the London Borough of Sutton in partnership with Roundshaw Downs Park Run. About half of the Sutton runners train regularly with Sutton & District Athletics Club at the David Weir Centre in Carshalton. For some of the athletes, this was their first year and first opportunity to run in a big high-profile race, whereas others had taken part in the London Mini-Marathon for several years in succession. Sutton had some fantastic individual and team results. Maisie Collis came fourth in the Under-13 Girls London Boroughs Challenge (all 33 London Boroughs) and 12th in the overall race (which includes UK Regional teams) out of nearly 250 runners. Ricky Lutakome came second in the boroughs’ Under-17 Boys challenge race, and 35th overall out of more than 200 runners. The top team for Sutton was the Under-15 Girls. The team – Olivia Stillman, Elsa Palmer, Dominque Corradi and Alice Banfield...

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